Sacramento River
A Guide to Recreation and Public Access
River Walk Park
Access Site Details
Rivermile: 59
Owner: City of West Sacramento
City: West Sacramento
County: Yolo
Ownership: Public
Public Access: yes
Location: Click Here
Related Website: Click Here
Acres: 7.5
Access Via: Public road
Fishing Regulations: Click Here
Fishing Supplement: Click Here
Activities Available
• Fishing
• Swimming
• Photography
• Nature Observation
• Nature Walk
• Walking
• Hiking
Facilities Available
Parking
• Paved Lot
Boating Facilities
• Boat Dock/Landing
Pedestrian Access
• ADA Accessible
• Paved Walkways
• Trails
Picnic Facilities
• Picnic Table(s)
• Turf Area
• Tree Shaded
Water
• Potable Water
• Drinking Fountains
Bathrooms
• Flush Toilets & Sinks
Other Facilities
• Public Phones
• Amphitheater
Location Description
651 2nd Street, West Sacramento.
Site Description
The River Walk Park is a paved trail that goes along the west bank of the Sacramento River. Between the trail and the river are many picnic areas. Along the trail itself are many educational signs that talk about the settlement of Sacramento, as well as the natural habitat of the river. There is boat access at Raley's landing as well as a fishing access dock nearby. Raley's Landing also serves as a River Otter Water Taxi stop. For more information on the water taxi visit their website (http://www.riverotter.com/).
Vegetation Wildlife
Fish species include striped bass, sturgeon, salmon, catfish, black bass
Current Land Use
Public park
Adjacent Land Use
Urban development.
Access Description
Can be accessed from 2nd street in West Sacramento. There is a parking garage nearby.
Facility Signage
• Entrance
• Directional
• Facility Rules
• Services